Skip to comments.Isnít That Sweet: Lucky Charms Goes Gay
Posted on 07/01/2013 1:26:53 PM PDT by Kevin in California
Lucky Charms wont just be at the end of the rainbow anymore. Itll be right up in front, toeing the line for gay activists and their agenda.
According to The Huffington Post, General Mills just announced that Lucky Charms with little rainbow marshmallows will be the face for a new gay pride campaign, called #LuckyToBe.
I’m going to be sick.
I will be sure to look for anything from General Mills and pass it up.
If 3 % of the population can keep them in business then let them try.
Stop buying General Mills. I have. And let ‘em know.
Sign me.....getting fed up!
Luck has nothing to do with it.
One could fornicate with animals if one set his or her mind to it.
Tell General Mills to put that in their liberal pipe and smoke it.
Around March I saw someone who said that he’d heard the word “gay” more times already than the word “that” this year.
The marketplace of ideas is experiencing collective backwash now.
People are not buying the meme that is being sold to them.
Basically they are killing a brand on the altar of political correctness. This was my little brother’s favorite cereal when he was a boy. I always enjoyed getting a box or two when he came to visit. Not anymore.
Lucky Charms ,The Breakfast Of Pedophiles
Who’s next? Cap’n Crunch? Toney the Tiger? Count Chocula? wtfo
What do you think will happen with the government school curriculum?
Don’t think it isn’t already drawn up, or.that strategies haven’t been devised for recalcitrant parents.
“You’re the first parent to object to this....”
So how many Freepers or Christians will remove their children?
I have a hunch. Not many.
Think about but sex at breakfast.
THIS is marketing?
Folks, for those of us in the know (on this particular issue anyways), this is NOT a surprise.
General Mills has long touted the fact that they are a LGBT-friendlt employer. let’s put it this way - they’re really up front about it.
Last year, Minnesota had a constitutional amendment on the ballot that would have essentially banned gay marriage.
General Mills fought this amendment tooth and nail and (partially) as a result of their efforts, the amendment failed.
I rarely participate in boycotts - but I decided last year that I was gonna boycott all products made by General Mills. I love Lucky Charms too - but no more.
We can and should start speaking with our wallets! It’s high frickin’ time that some of these companies start listening to the mainstream people who buy their products and not the drivel emanating from a small pressure group.
Every where I turn it’s gay this and gay that.
I used to pray for America’s health. Now I just pray for a quick end.
Yep same here!
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